Thursday, September 15, 2016

Father Malachi Martin on perfect possession

"The symptoms of possession, Father [Malachi] Martin says, are often confused with mental illness. 'Science spent a lot of time trying to prove that these people were, so to speak, loonies,' he says. 'Now most of my cases are referred to me by psychiatrists.' Victims tend to undergo a startling change of personality. They may become unpredictable, violent and treacherous. They humiliate their families, plot against their friends
, lie to their colleagues. 'They have become alien entities. They have surrendered their wills. The most extreme state is ‘perfect possession’, when the demon has taken complete control. The perfectly possessed person is totally lost. There is nothing I can do,' says Father Martin.

'The peculiar thing is that these people are usually highly sophisticated, and the last thing you would suspect is that they were in league with the Devil. But there is always something about them. It may be a look in their eyes, a tone of voice, a sense of coldness, of contempt. Some- thing inhuman. When you encounter it, you know you have met the true enemy.'" Full article here.


Rita Melanson said...

Athol/Orange Catholic said...

I think we have to consider the very real possibility that that's what we're dealing with here.

This man wants to change the perennial teaching of the Church. He has set himself in opposition to Christ and His Revelation. What is this if not the work of the Devil?

Can anyone who is still sane and awake make an intelligent argument that this is the work of the Holy Spirit?

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

In 1 Corinthians 11: 26,27, the Holy Spirit, through Saint Paul, teaches us that, "For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord until he comes.

Therefore whoever eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord unworthily will have to answer for the body and blood of the Lord."

Hence, we are told in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, No. 1395, that the Eucharist is properly the Sacrament of those who are in FULL COMMUNION with the Church. This does not include the divorced and remarried.

And yet Francis wants to open up the Eucharist to such people.

Again, the Holy Spirit teaches us through Saint Paul (Galatians 1:8) that ANYONE - INCLUDING A POPE - who brings a different "gospel" contradicting the Revelation of Christ - is anathema - accursed, cut off from salvation.

Anonymous said...

Jesus please return soon. I can no longer stand this world and it's atrocities.

Remnant Clergy said...

The false prophet of the bible is definitely working for the devil.

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